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It’s eight months before summer internship season, and Derrek Staley already has at least four offers. He’s not alone. The recent Building Construction Management Career Fair — one of two...
Published: October 28, 2013
Jack Calhoun, global president of Banana Republic and 1987 College of Technology graduate, was featured in The New York Times this fall in a piece titled "Banana Republic’s President, From Choir to...
Published: October 24, 2013
Buy your "I'm A Techie" T-shirt Friday, Oct. 25 or Monday, Oct. 28, in the Knoy Hall lobby. Members of Women in Technology (WIT) and the Minority Technology Association (MTA) will be selling the...
Published: October 22, 2013
Esteban Garcia, visiting assistant professor of computer graphics technology, has helped make the works of computer art pioneer Aldo Giorgini more well known on and off campus. “When I first...
Published: October 22, 2013
The co-founder of Pixar and a panel on healthcare technologies will headline a week of events highlighting two College of Technology departments Nov. 4-9. Alvy Ray Smith, who co-founded Pixar...
Published: October 21, 2013
A new project by Purdue professors Brad Harriger and Alka Harriger combines two of the nation’s grand challenges: increasing interest in STEM programs and fighting childhood obesity. The...
Published: October 21, 2013
Max Andreychuk, a senior aviation management major in the College of Technology, participated in Habitat for Humanity’s Bike to Build event this past summer. The national cycling trip raises...
Published: October 16, 2013
Only five students each semester are accepted into the Aviation Maintenance Practicum course offered by the Department of Aviation Technology. The class involves Purdue students working on all...
Published: October 14, 2013
Mark French had a big dream in January of 2013. With a subsonic pingpong gun already built, French wanted to take the idea to a whole new level. So French and his team created a supersonic pingpong...
Published: October 14, 2013
Purdue’s College of Technology will host the second annual regional competition for the Phoenix Contact Nanoline Contest. Registration deadline is October 18. Teams must register online. “The...
Published: October 09, 2013
In the spring, the Purdue student chapter of the National Demolition Association (NDA) attended NDA’s annual convention in San Diego. The students and their advisor were able to network with...
Published: October 09, 2013
Logan Messmer, a sophomore building construction management major, is a relative of Purdue University's founder and benefactor, John Purdue. His family has traced their genealogy back to Purdue...
Published: October 09, 2013
The Veterans Success Center at Purdue University evolved from a building construction management student's hope that every student veteran could have their own "Jerry Brown." As a student, Bryan...
Published: October 09, 2013
Nearly every school system in the United States has its own computer system, and Marcus Rogers says they have become an easy target for cybercriminals. "They tend to be pretty wide open and...
Published: October 08, 2013
Several national aviation leaders and alumni of Purdue’s aviation programs will address the future of aviation during special events Oct. 15-18. The events, planned by the Department of Aviation...
Published: October 07, 2013
Bobby Chastain understands that real-world experience is just as important as an academic degree when it comes to landing a job in the film and video industry. Chastain is a Hall of Music...
Published: October 04, 2013
College of Technology students and faculty will have access to the campus Artisan and Fabrication Lab (AFL) to build prototypes of their products. The 4,000-square-foot AFL opened in 2009 and...
Published: October 04, 2013
Purdue University and Ivy Tech Community College were recently awarded nearly $900,000 in grants to address the skills gap and technical demands in technology supply chain, logistics, and...
Published: October 04, 2013
Two undergraduate research teams from the College of Technology are featured in the most recent Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research (JPUR). The two projects focus on biofiltration for...
Published: October 03, 2013
Brad Benhart, assistant department head and clinical assistant professor of building construction management, was interviewed about the effectiveness of new software designed to keep construction...
Published: October 03, 2013

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